Thursday, March 31, 2011


Yet again I cannot come up with a title. Just to warn you, my "o" button isn't working well, so if any words are missing "o"s I'm sorry.

Well, I have started the process of applying for teaching jobs back home. I'm pretty excited, but nervous too, we'll see.

On another note, why am I addicted to tragedy? What is wrong with me? I follow people's blog who have lost children and spouses. I am always reading posts on the Grief and Loss part of message boards. I even watched the last Army wives episode 3 1/2 times. I don't know what my deal is. Do I want to freak myself out, become more aware? Try to sympathize? I haven't got any idea. I wish I knew, if you know please tell me.

I'm going home Wednesday for Carrie's shower, pretty excited to go home, I might just cry and kiss the ground when I arrive, I basically did that last time (sept 2009). Wow, I really miss home.

Vinnie has a 4 day, so that's exciting, although we have no plans. I'm trying to get together with a new wife, so we'll see if that happens, I'm kind of a failure when it comes to making friends.

Umm, nothing much else going on except I found Abigail naked in her crib this morning and it was hilarious, at least she didn't poop.


  1. A very good friend of mine lost her baby and that is when I really starting following other people's baby loss blogs, just to maybe try to better understand or how I can help, so it doesn't bother me to read it, I just wonder why I do. Makes me worry about Vinnie and Abigail all the time.

  2. I always did as well before losing Megan. After she died it became a obsession. I wanted to make sure others felt the way i did, that it wasn't abnormal. I think it makes you more open to grief, meaning like you understand it better and if nothing else you know more of what to "not say". Sometimes we need to see pain and grief to truly understand what blessings we have in our lifes.